This scrapbook layout shows our early snow fall this year. The photographs show the garden bench and were taken in the morning, late afternoon and around 9.30 in the evening. You can see the layer of snow growing from just a couple of inches to higher than the arm of the bench.
I came across this lovely photograph and immediately saw a scrapbook layout for Light of the World, Advent 2010, in my mind’s eye.
I love making calendars and have done so for many years. If you are a regular calendar maker, too, do you realize we have our family history scrapbooks already done? (Assuming you keep old calendars, of course!)
Memories are precious, and especially of times spent together with family you may not see as often as you’d like because they are scattered around the country, or even around the world. Making a memory book of these occasions helps capture the moments to warm your heart when you miss them.
Saving money is a necessity for most of us in today’s climate. So I was rather pleased when I heard what sounded like a great money-saving tip for a deckle-edge effect on scrapbook paper – without having to invest in another tool.